Lapdog and blockhead Caribbean leaders • Caribbean Life


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University of the West Indies Lecturer, Tennyson Joseph, has fired a scorching attack on Caribbean heads of government who supported a Latin American group’s denouncement of planned elections in Venezuela.

Contending that Venezuela is more democratic than CAROCOM members Jamaica, Guyana, Barbados and St. Lucia, and the Bahamas, the head of Department of Government, Sociology and Social Work, Cave Hill Campus, University of the West Indies lambasted these territories for siding with the Lima Group, even calling Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness a ‘lapdog’ and the St. Lucia leader a ‘Blockhead.’

Established last year in Peru with the declared aim of working out a peaceful exit of the crisis in Venezuela, the Lima…

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